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How do you remove the rear rotor of a 1997 Mitsubishi GST Eclipse?


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2015-07-15 21:33:49
2015-07-15 21:33:49

Rear Rotor Removal.

remove wheel.

Remove the 14mm bolt holding the e brake "L" shaped hanger before the caliper, pry ebrake arm forward and remove cable end from ebrake arm

locate the 12mm bolt on the right hand side of the caliper, remove bolt swing caliper upwards to ensure looseness. locate 2 17mm bolts holding brake caliper bracket to hub assembly, remove bolts. locate 10mm bolt holding brake line to strut, remove.

lift brake caliper off wheel assembly careful to not hang weight by brake line. pull rotor off of the wheel studs.

to re assemble repeat steps in reverse. paxin@yahoo.com

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